Minnesota Man, Terrell Armstrong sentenced to 22 years in Federal Prison for Large-scale Narcotics Trafficking
Bismarck (STL.News) United States Attorney Drew Wrigley announced that U.S. District Court Chief Judge Daniel Hovland has sentenced Terrell Armstrong, a/k/a Louis, a/k/a Looney, age 26 of Inver Grove Heights, MN, to 22 years in federal prison for Conspiracy to Distribute and Possession with Intent to Distribute Controlled Substances. Judge Hovland also sentenced Armstrong to five years of supervised release, to follow his prison sentence.
This investigation began in June 2018, when the Bismarck Police Department received information identifying methamphetamine traffickers from the Twin Cities known as “Dre” and “Louis”. The investigation revealed that “Dre” and “Louis” were responsible for distributing over 40 pounds of methamphetamine and 3 pounds of heroin into the Bismarck-Mandan area. “Louis” was later identified as Terrell Armstrong and “Dre” as Danae Mansell, age 25, also of Inver Grove Heights, MN. As part of their wide-ranging investigation, Bismarck Police executed residential search warrants in January and February 2019. Approximately three pounds of methamphetamine, over 150 grams of heroin, over $11,000 in US Currency, and two loaded firearms were seized by authorities during the execution of the January 2019 search warrant.